History of Properties and Buildings in the East Litchfield Area to be Presented by an Architectural Historian on September 15, 7:00 PM at Wisdom House.
Rachel Carley, local Architectural Historian, will present a talk with images from the architectural survey of the northeast quadrant of Litchfield that she recently completed for the Greater Litchfield Preservation Trust. One of the completed survey forms is posted on the Trust’s website: www.litchfieldpreservation-ct.org. See it here: 79 East Chestnut Hill Road
As with the previous surveys of Milton, Northfield, Bantam and the Borough of Litchfield; copies of the completed survey will be available for viewing at the Litchfield Town Hall, the Oliver Wolcott Library, and the Litchfield History Museum. A copy will also be presented to the East Litchfield Village Improvement Society.
The program will be in the auditorium, which is a large air-conditioned, handicap accessible room on ground level. Light refreshments will follow the one-hour presentation. Wisdom House is at 229 East Litchfield Road; there is a link to directions on the top of the website: wisdomhouse.org. The history of Wisd om House and its buildings are included in the survey.
Funding for the project was provided by the Community Investment Act; administered by Connecticut’s Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO).
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